App
Download the App for Free
Help
Within Australia 1800 861 122 English: 24/7
Global Access Number +86 21 2226 8819 English: 24/7
EN
Languages
AUD
Top currencies
All currencies
Sao Paulo
Sao Paulo
São Paulo and Rio couldn’t be any more different. Rio is hot, sexy and chaotic, knew for its sultry beaches and passionate samba. In São Paulo, residents of the seventh largest city in the world are more often than not found working, partly to maintain its distinction as the world's tenth richest city. That money gets a lot of impressive buildings, and visitors will appreciate the 70 shopping malls and dozens of business hotels that fill the Brazilian modernist architectural gems. As the cultural capital of Brazil, São Paulo boasts South America's most impressive collection of nightclubs, museums and theatres. The city is also South America's most gay-friendly; its Gay Pride Parade in October is the largest in the world, been recognized for draw up to 3 million folks. Dining tops most Paulistanos lists of things to do, as São Paulo has the best restaurant selection in the country, ranging from sushi to Brazilian chiropractor (steakhouses). São Paulo has the largest population of Italian descendants outside of Italy (six million), so try the famed pizza partisan.
Show More

Things To Do in Sao Paulo

4.5/5
171 Reviews
Church
St. Paul's Cathedral, also known as the Metropolitan Cathedral, is the world's fourth-largest Gothic cathedral and the gateway to the tourism of São Paulo. It was built in 1913 and the construction lasted for 40 years, becoming a luxurious project in São Paulo's 400th anniversary. In terms of artistic features, it blends Gothic and Renaissance styles. In addition to the Gothic spires, the Cathedral's semi-circular arch vouchers and the Center are in the Renaissance style. The designer imitates Florence's Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore.
4.4/5
84 Reviews
The Palace Museum, now known as the São Paulo City Museum, and the Palace Museum in the Downtown Independence Park is the historic museum of São Paulo, a museum of the University of São Paulo. The exterior is magnificent and the inland collection is rich, making it a great place to learn about the history of Brazil. The collection contains tens of thousands of collections, including a large number of precious paintings of the Brazilian Empire, historical weapons, royal supplies, historical archives, and unearthed artifacts. The collection is famous for its archaeological and folklore materials in South America.
4.4/5
83 Reviews
The Sao Paulo Independence Park is made up of museums, gardens, Independence Square and the Independence Monument. In August 1989, it was declared one of the archaeological and cultural heritage of Brazil. In 1822, Brazil declared independence in Sao Paulo. In front of the museum, the Independence Square and the monument we saw were built to commemorate the 100th anniversary of independence. The characters and bronze statues on the tablet are commemorating Pedro I and famous people who contributed to the independence of Brazil. The basement of the monument houses the coffin of King Pedro and the Queen. The flame of the monument does not go out all the year round, echoing the Brazilian flag fluttering in the wind.
4.5/5
84 Reviews
The Independence Monument is located in the heart of Sao Paulo. The base of the monument is of a huge heart shape, with steps descending and a male tension. At the top of the monument is a group of figures, showing Pedro I's march to Rio de Janeiro. They look solemn. The flame of the monument does not go out all the year round, echoing the Brazilian flag fluttering in the wind, and it is thought-provoking.
4.3/5
60 Reviews
Oriental Street, also known as the Free Zone, has a distinctive oriental culture. At the beginning of the 20th century, the Brazilian government attracted a large number of laborers from Asia through corresponding policies, an important part of which was immigrants from Japan. These immigrants are now gathered in Oriental Street of Sao Paulo. From the banks of the street to the shrines in the depths, all of them are Japanese-style, and even the street lights have integrated the elements of the torii. In addition to Japanese descendants, there are many descendants of Chinese and Koreans living in this neighborhood, and there are many Chinese-run restaurants, shops and travel agencies.
4.4/5
74 Reviews
City Park
Ibirapuera Park is a huge green park in the heart of the city. It is one of the world's most famous parks, built to commemorate the 400-year history of the city of São Paulo. There are pools of different sizes, walking routes and a variety of cultural facilities in the park. The famous modern art galleries in St. Paul, the Banuras commemorative statues and monuments are also here.

Sao Paulo Vacation Packages & Tickets

  • Top Activities
  • Day Tours
  • Travel Services
  • Experiences
Morro de Sao Paulo Day Trip from Salvador
Available for Tomorrow Onwards
FromAU$92.50
São Paulo Private City Tour
4.5/5
10 Reviews
Available for Tomorrow Onwards
FromAU$128.50
Private 8-hour Tour to Santos City and Guarujá Island
4.7/5
6 Reviews
Available for Tomorrow Onwards
FromAU$510.50
Campos do Jordão - Brazilian Switzerland departing from São Paulo
FromAU$208.50

Sao Paulo Weather

|
Today
29 Oct 2020
18 °
Sunny
18-31
Tomorrow
30 Oct 2020
16°
Showers
16-18
Saturday
31 Oct 2020
14°
Showers
14-17
Sunday
1 Nov 2020
12°
Mostly Cloudy
12-17
Weather Forecast and Travel Tips for Sao Paulo
Oct 29, 2020 Sao Paulo Weather:Sunny, Northeasterly Wind:10-17 kph, Humidity:64%, Sunrise/Sunset:05:22/18:19
Sao Paulo Driving:Suitable, Running:Good

Trip Moments

Post
Trip.com is part of Trip.com Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
Skyscanner Trip